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Walid Ziani Jun 26
Imagine sacrificing your life for the every Friday, fighting for a new Algeria .. just to end up living in an Algeria full of idiots like this guy 🤦‍♂️
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فيروز Jul 30
Waking up on this heartbroken post from Houda Jelloul the daughter of Mohamed Jeloul a political prisoners who wasn’t granted clemency. “All [Hirak] prisoners in the local prison of Tangier are free beside my father“
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marche pour la voix des détenus d'opinion en ALG Jul 15
Unfortunately, Algerian people face a huge repression and the popular peaceful mobilisation is blackout from several sides that why activists from Algerian comunity around the world are preparing several actions to rise the voice of and support
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Amazigh World News ⵣ Jul 29
: Several Activists Released After Royal Pardon
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Amazigh World News ⵣ Jul 29
BREAKING: Several activists of movement were released today, Wednesday, from prison after receiving royal pardons on the occasion of throne day. El Mejaoui and Iamrachen are among the list.
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jf le scour Jul 5
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IEMed Jul 21
is faced with major challenges and several crises aggravated by the . In "A Weakened Power Facing a Multidimensional Crisis" analyses political and economic dynamics and the role of the army and the ➡️
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Carmen Jul 10
Several protesters arrested in Tamassint , protest currently taking place to demand their release
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فيروز Jul 29
A photo of the pardoned group leaving the jail in Tangier. Some of the political prisoners will finally get to spend with their families. your freedom and can’t wait to see all Morocco’s political prisoners free.
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Gem_Tam Aug 2
They know the people are stronger then them. 💗🌹😉
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Ḥemⵣa Jun 30
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Assemblea International Jul 25
⬛️⬜️ 📢 present today at the European solidarity gathering held in Barcelona & organized by Rif Movement, to denounce the repressive actions of the Moroccan authoritarian regime against the people of The Rif.
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ترند الجزائر Trend Algerie Jun 24
The authorities using the epidemic to impose a political quarantine, kidnapping activists from the streets, monitoring the social media and arresting anyone who speaks up Join us on wednesday at 21h00, we'll tweet opposing this on:
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Nass 🇩🇿 Jul 5
How can we celebrate the while we are still colonized !?
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Gem_Tam Jul 30
It is time to heal and move forward with a new Algeria, let go of the dark energies and pave a path for a genuine flourishing democratic country. Having those difficult conversations has been necessary to unpack the trauma and see clearly a new way. 💜💗🤍🙌
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même ana maelabalich 🐒 Aug 5
what if 2020 is just the trailer for 2021 🤔 ???????
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Gem_Tam Jul 28
"The economic and social fallout caused by the Covid-19 crisis and the Algerian authorities’ lockdown measures risk radicalising the Hirak protest movement"
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Sofian Philip Naceur Jul 2
After the preliminary release of Algerian opposition figure Karim this morning, a court in Tipaza also releases activist Amira Bouraoui, sentenced to one year in prison on multiple charges in late June, postpones appeal process to September
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Thomas van Linge Jul 31
Replying to @ThomasVLinge
: several activists are now free but the parents of Nasser Zafzafi still have to spend another Eid without him. Around 20 activists from the remain in prison, most with very sentences, going up to 20 years
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Walid Ziani Jul 4
Isn’t this the guy from the Algeria video?
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